Epilepsy

Pfizer vaccine side effects outrage: what is it?

To date, 17 million people have been vaccinated in South Africa. This is still a very small amount of people, as it is only 29% of the country’s population. Nevertheless, on March 8, 2022, social networks gave birth to a new hashtag – #pfizerdocuments. LISTEN: Does vaccination protect you against …

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Epitel recently raised $12.5m in Series A funding

Epitel recently announced that it has raised $12.5m in Series A funding. Those are the details. Epitel – a digital health company developing a wearable wireless EEG monitoring platform for seizure detection – recently announced the closing of a $12.5 million Series A funding for initial pilot commercialization and further …

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bill seeks to tackle seizure disorders in schools | Local News

A mother of a child with epilepsy is the springboard for state legislation that would set guidelines for public schools where seizure-prone students are enrolled. Senate Bill 541 would require elementary and secondary schools to have staff trained to properly respond to on-campus epilepsy episodes at all times when one …

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Epilepsy Action Sheffield will hold monthly events from March 10

An Epilepsy Charity group will hold monthly events in Sheffield from March 10 for anyone with epilepsy to talk, listen and share their experiences. The Epilepsy Action Sheffield Branch event will be the first in a series of face-to-face monthly meetings aimed at providing support and advice to everyone affected …

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Epilepsy Treatment Devices Market Development Status 2022 – Bausch Health Companies, Neurelis – Business Ethics

A2Z Market Research has published a new study on Global Epilepsy Treatment Device covering Micro Level of Analysis by Competitors and Key Business Segments (2022-2029). Global Epilepsy Treatment Device explores in-depth study on various segments like opportunity, size, development, innovation, sales and global growth of key players. The research is …

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In-Depth Analysis of the Seizure Monitor Alarm System Market Including Key Players Empatica, Emfit, Alert-it, Vahlkamp – Materials Handling

JCMR recently announced Seizure Monitor Alarm System study with 200+ Tables & Figures market data spread across pages and easy-to-understand detailed TOC on “Seizure Monitor Alarm System epileptic seizure monitor. The Seizure Monitor Alarm System industry report gets you various methods to maximize your profit. The research study provides estimates …

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Covid-19 and seizure disorder: what you need to know By Dr Gautam Arora Neurologist

IF you or someone you care for has epilepsy, you may be wondering about the specific risks associated with coronavirus infection and COVID-19 vaccines. COVID-19 and people with epilepsy Are people with epilepsy more likely to get COVID-19 or have complications? Coronaviruses, like SARS-CoV-2, are known to attack the nervous …

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The long-term economic benefits of surgery outweigh the initial cost in children with epilepsy

February 22, 2022 1 minute read ADD A SUBJECT TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles are published on Please provide your email address to receive an email when new articles are published on . ” data-action=”subscribe”> Subscribe We have not been able to …

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Some neurons in your brain only fire when you’re doing numbers

A new study indicates that certain neurons in the brain are encoded with mathematical calculations and act like the (+) or (-) sign on a calculator. Scientists found that specific neurons inside the brain fire when people do math. The general belief that the right side of the brain controls …

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Women with epilepsy have lower anticonvulsant drug concentration during pregnancy

February 18, 2022 1 minute read Source/Disclosures Disclosures: Pennell reports research support from the NIH and the Karger Foundation, as well as financial relationships with Harvard Medical School, Harvard School of Public Health, American Epilepsy Society, American Academy of Neurology, and UpToDate Inc. Please consult the study for …

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Innovative gene therapy treatment could extend life expectancy for epilepsy patients – The Cavalier Daily

A team of researchers from the University School of Medicine recently studied the use of a new gene therapy treatment called TANGO to treat Dravet syndrome, a severe form of epilepsy. Their proposal would increase levels of a gene called SCN1Awhich provides instructions for sodium channels. Dravet syndrome was first …

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Richmond youth call for more funding for epilepsy research in British Columbia

Epilepsy awareness has always been a priority for a Richmond student, and she is now asking for more epilepsy funding through the British Columbia Youth Parliament (BCYP). Marika Lopez, who lives with epilepsy, is in her second year as a member of BCYP, a youth-led organization that promotes youth services …

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Let Love Conquer Epilepsy Stigma, Misconceptions This Valentine’s Day – The New Indian Express

Express press service KOCHI: This Valentine’s Day coincides with International Epilepsy Day and it’s a warm reminder that love knows no bounds. Epilepsy is a condition associated with many misconceptions and misunderstandings that prevent patients from fully enjoying their lives. However, many couples not only overcome the disease together, but …

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Abbott Laboratories, Cephalon, Sunovion Pharmaceuticals – Talking Democrat

Latest research by Courant Market Research: Global Epilepsy Drugs Market 2022 gives a comprehensive survey of the Epilepsy Drugs industry including current trends and status. At first, the Epilepsy Drugs market report offers basic information including definitions, classifications, wide range of applications and industry chain framework of Epilepsy Drugs. This …

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Epilepsy Monitoring Devices Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States,- The quantitative data presented in this Epilepsy Monitoring Devices Market The report helps forecast future profits, revenue, and market presence. Statistics are used to generate this type of data. The qualitative data presented here is extremely useful for key stakeholders to better understand how buyers perceive …

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Global Epilepsy Drugs Market 2021 – Key Regions, Company Profile, Opportunity and Challenge 2027 – The Grundy Register

MRInsights.biz just released a Global epilepsy drugs market industry analysis that forecasts substantial growth between 2021 and 2027. For the forecast period, the study presents an assessment of the market share in terms of quantities. The article focuses on past and current market characteristics, which are used to gauge the …

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Jump for Jared: Friends will skydive in memory of 20-year-old who died in bed

Jared Exley from Horbury was diagnosed with epilepsy as a teenager and battled frequent seizures. His family and friends were devastated when he died suddenly on August 24 last year. The cause of his death was SUDEP – sudden unexpected death in epilepsy. Register to our daily newsletter Wakefield Express …

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Nile Achieves ISO 13485 Certification in First Year | Business

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–February 3, 2022– Nile, an epilepsy management platform that replaces trial with knowledge of epilepsy care through a patient app and provider portal, announced that it has achieved ISO 13485 certification. The certification establishes that the processes Nile uses to design, distribute and support its products meet the …

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How did UCB close its $1.9 billion deal to buy Zogenix and its key epilepsy drug? SEC filing reveals details

How do high-cost mergers and acquisitions take place in the biopharmaceutical industry? By filing a 14D-9 with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Zogenix of California provided an interesting blow-by-blow on how the company made the decision to sell to UCB of Brussels and the maneuvers UCB took to prevail over …

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Clinical pearl of the day in pharmacy: Grand Mal epileptic seizures

Many people who experience a grand mal seizure never have another one and do not need treatment. Clinical Pearl of the Day: Grand Mal Seizures A grand mal seizure causes loss of consciousness and violent muscle contractions. Overview: Grand mal seizures are the type most commonly associated with seizures. A …

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Sleep hygiene; sleep and chronic diseases; Dr Rosalinde Picard

Sleep quality is the best indicator of overall health. In a hypercaffeinated and technologically overstimulated society, more and more people report that it is becoming increasingly difficult to maintain good sleep hygiene. From adjusting the environment in which one sleeps, to how long they sleep, to evaluating the usefulness of …

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Updated analysis helps clarify relationship between alcohol consumption and epilepsy

Epilepsy, a common neurological disorder associated with stigma, psychiatric comorbidities and rising healthcare costs, affects approximately 50 million people worldwide. A common risk factor associated with the development of epilepsy and seizures is alcohol consumption. Various studies have focused on how alcohol consumption leads to provoked seizures, usually occurring due …

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Complex epilepsy surgery helps 7-year-old live a seizure-free life

There were no guarantees, but it was the only chance to reduce the relentless and disruptive seizures. “We were terrified. They removed part of his brain. Just thinking about the risks if something went wrong made us so nervous. But we wanted her to have a better life,” Johnson said. …

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Husband who killed Helen Bailey ‘killed his first wife and accused him of epilepsy’, court hears

Husband who killed children’s author Helen Bailey, ‘murdered his first wife, 47, who suffered from lack of oxygen to her brain until an hour before her death and blamed it on epilepsy,” the court said. Ian Stewart, 61, is charged with the murder of Diane Stewart, 47, at their home …

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Lawrence Horne Obituary (1958 – 2022) – Toledo, OH

Lawrence “Larry” Robert Horne May 12, 1958 – January 17, 2022 On January 17, 2022, Larry Horne, 63, passed away peacefully at UTMC. He was surrounded by his best friend, Mike Fischer; her brother, Tim; and his sister Beth. Larry has resided his entire life in Toledo, Ohio. He was …

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Who was Natanya Brook? Voice and X-Factor contestant dies aged 23 during online gaming session

Old X factor and The voice Singer Netanya Brook died unexpectedly while gaming online late at night. The semi-professional player died while playing at her home in Aylesford, Kent. The 23-year-old reportedly stayed up until 2 a.m. playing an online game with vodka and coke on the side. Netanya Brook’s …

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Edmonton Valley Zoo mourns death of epileptic monkey named Jack

A 14-year-old golden lion tamarin named Jack who lived at the Edmonton Valley Zoo has died. “Jack loved grapes and mealworms, and we loved Jack,” zoo officials said in an announcement Wednesday morning. Jack arrived in the Alberta capital in 2015 with his brother Hayden. After Hayden’s death, Jack was …

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Family of Phoenix, 6-year-old with epilepsy seeking convulsive dog after COVID scare | Coronavirus in Arizona

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — A 6-year-old boy with epilepsy from Valley has finally gone home after 22 days in hospital. She contracted COVID-19 and had to be put on a ventilator. Now his family hopes a specially trained epileptic dog will help him recover and be safer in his journey …

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Sun Pharma and Lupine recall products in the US market

Major drugmakers Sun Pharma and Lupin are recalling products in the United States, the world’s largest drug market, for different reasons. According to the latest US Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) law enforcement report, Sun Pharma is recalling 696 bottles of pregabalin capsules (50mg), used for the treatment of epilepsy, …

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Death from epilepsy turns out to be a crime of passion

A death attributed to epilepsy turned out to be a crime of passion. Raghavendra N, a resident of Karenahalli, Doddaballapur, was originally thought to have died in an epileptic seizure at around 2.15 a.m. on December 27, 2021. No one doubted his wife, Shylaja, 30, when she said he suffered …

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Obituary: William D. Spearrin Jr.

William D. Spearrin Jr. LEWISTON – William D. Spearrin Jr. of Lewiston died after a long battle with epilepsy on January 4, 2022 at South Shore Hospital in Braintree, Mass. surrounded by loved ones. He was born to Nancy Albert and William Spearrin, Sr. on June 21, 1978 in Lewiston, …

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Child Absence Epilepsy Treatment Market Size and Forecast

[ad_1] New Jersey, United States, – the Child Absence Epilepsy Treatment Market contains explicit information related to development rate, market estimates, drivers, restraints, future demand and sales during the forecast period. The Pediatric Absence Epilepsy Treatment market is comprised of data collected from many primary and secondary sources. This information …

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Joey’s Song raises funds for epilepsy research to “help the next family”

[ad_1] Joey Gomoll (photo center) died of Dravet syndrome in 2010. Joey’s Song fundraiser is supported by musicians including (left to right) Freedy Johnston, Trapper Schoepp, Butch Vig, Sam Gomoll and Brian Ray. (Illustration by Tim Burton / Photos courtesy of Joey Gomoll) If he were alive today, Joey Gomoll …

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Young mum ‘committed suicide’ on Christmas day after dropping baby girl off at nan

[ad_1] Laura Graham, 26, who had worked at Greggs in Seacroft, suffered from major depressive episodes linked to her epilepsy Tributes were paid to Laura Graham, 26, who allegedly took her own life on Christmas Day ( Image: Leeds Live / MEN Media) Tributes were paid to a young mother …

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Data collected before recommendation of booster vaccine – ScienceDaily

[ad_1] The first study evaluating the clinical characteristics and outcomes of fully vaccinated cancer patients who had peak COVID-19 infections indicates they remained at high risk of hospitalization and death. The study, published on December 24 in Annals of Oncology showed that fully vaccinated patients who experienced relapse infections had …

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BridgeBio’s heart drug misses primary focus of pivotal study

[ad_1] A The treatment developed by BridgeBio for increasingly common heart disease has missed its primary endpoint in a closely watched trial, the company said on Monday, derailing its plans and prolonging the development of what experts saw as a promising new drug. Patients treated with the drug, called acoramidis, …

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Controversial treatment for childhood epilepsy shows incredible promise

[ad_1] A new study has found a very promising new treatment in the treatment of childhood epilepsy. While it would be wonderful if we lived in a world where children weren’t struggling with illnesses and challenges, it just isn’t the world we live in. There are children who struggle with …

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Cameron Boyce: parents of Disney Channel star confide in sudden death at 20

[ad_1] For the parents of the late actor Cameron Boyce, watching a new posthumously released movie is complicated business. For his mother, Libby Boyce, it is a thrilling experience. She says five minutes go by without thinking about her 20-year-old son, who died two years ago from an epileptic seizure. …

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“A Conversation with Dave Rosa, President and CEO, NeuroOne”

[ad_1] EDEN PRAIRIE, Minnesota, 20 December 2021 / PRNewswire / – NeuroOne Medical Technologies Corporation (NASDAQ: NMTC) (“NeuroOne” or the “Company”), a medical technology company focused on improving surgical care options and outcomes for patients with neurological disorders , was featured on The medical aisle podcast, in an episode entitled …

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Cannabinoid Drugs Have Huge Therapeutic Potential But Reliable Studies Are Still Lacking

[ad_1] For more than twenty years, international research on the endocannabinoid system of the human body has sought to understand the mode of action of cannabis and its constituents. There is ample evidence for the therapeutic success of using cannabinoids for indications such as epilepsy or the treatment of pain, …

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Cracking the Code of Epilepsy

[ad_1] Epileptic seizures don’t always last very long. And it is not necessarily the seizure itself that does the harm – it can be the uncertainty. If you don’t know when one of them will strike, it may prevent you from going for a swim or driving your car. It …

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GW Pharmaceuticals Receives Reimbursement Approval For Epidyolex® (Cannabidiol) For Treatment Of Seizures Associated With Tuberous Sclerosis In Wales

[ad_1] GW Pharmaceuticals Gets Approval for Reimbursement of Epidyolex® (cannabidiol) for the treatment of seizures associated with tuberous sclerosis in Bourneville in Wales Wales becomes first UK country to fund Epidyolex® (cannabidiol) for tuberous sclerosis Bourneville (TSS) TSC causes epilepsy in up to 85% of patients, and up to 60% …

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Epilepsy Drugs Market Expected to See Huge Growth by 2028: Teva Pharmaceutical, UCB, Eisai

[ad_1] This press release was originally distributed by SBWire Edison, NJ – (SBWIRE) – 12/13/2021 – The latest research study published by HTF MI “Global Epilepsy Drugs Market” with over 100 pages of analysis on the business strategy adopted by key and emerging market players ‘industry and provides the know-how …

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Does medical marijuana work for neurological disorders?

[ad_1] Source: unsplash.com To briefly answer the question, yes, medical marijuana can manage or treat many symptoms caused by neurological disorders. How is that possible, which is the reason why we are writing a voluminous blog intended for the precise understanding of readers. The consumption of cannabis and cannabinoids for …

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MP recalls son with epilepsy as he emotionally advocates for access to cannabis oil

[ad_1] A Labor MP was on the verge of tears when he said he wished he had ‘the courage’ to investigate whether medical cannabis could have saved his son, who died of epilepsy. Middlesbrough MP Andy McDonald spoke in the House of Commons about his son Rory, who died “when …

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7th Global Symposium on Medical Ketogenic Diet Therapies

[ad_1] Brilliant Brighton: Report of the 7th Global Symposium on Medical Ketogenic Diet Therapies This year, around 700 in-person and virtual participants gathered in Brighton, UK for the 7th Global Symposium on Medical Ketogenic Diet Therapies October 19-22. After a year of postponement due to COVID-19, the event was worth …

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Parents in Toronto raise more than $ 80,000 for research into their daughter’s life-threatening genetic disease

[ad_1] In her first 19 months, Maddie Kilner suffered dozens of seizures, spent weeks at SickKids Hospital in Toronto, and braved 16 syringes of medicine a day. She is one of the handful of children in Canada and about 400 worldwide who have been diagnosed with the rare genetic disorder …

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Genetic testing benefits children with unexplained epilepsy

[ad_1] Genetic testing affected the medical care of nearly three of four children with unexplained epilepsy, a study of patients with infantile or infantile seizures showed. A genetic diagnosis had a direct impact on medical management in at least one category for 72% of patients and in more than one …

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Seizures and memory problems in epilepsy may have a common cause

[ad_1] Damage to a part of the brain that regulates hyperactivity can contribute to both memory problems and seizures in the most common form of epilepsy, according to research from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The study, published recently in the Journal of Neuroscience, may lead to an earlier diagnosis of …

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CODA Biotherapeutics Closes $ 28 Million Funding Led by Pacira BioSciences

[ad_1] SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, California, December 2, 2021 / PRNewswire / – CODA Biotherapeutics, Inc. (“CODA”), a preclinical biopharmaceutical company developing a gene therapy-mediated chemogenetic platform to treat neurological disorders with an initial focus on neuropathic pain and epilepsy, today announced that it has closed the $ 28 million in …

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Scientists can control brain circuits, behavior, and emotions using light – sciencedaily

[ad_1] Controlling the transmission and reception of signals in brain circuits is necessary for neuroscientists to gain a better understanding of the functions of the brain. Communication between neurons and glial cells is mediated by various neurotransmitters released from vesicles by exocytosis. Thus, the regulation of vesicular exocytosis may be …

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Two Penn students named Rhodes Scholars 2022

[ad_1] Nicholas Thomas-Lewis (left) and Raveen Kariyawasam received the Rhodes Scholarship. (Photos by Nicholas Thomas-Lewis and Raveen Kariyawasam) Two members of Penn’s Class of 2022 have been awarded the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship, which allows students to fund up to three years of graduate study at the University of Oxford. Nicholas …

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What you need to know about epilepsy – GantNews.com

[ad_1] All people with epilepsy have seizures, but not all people who have had a seizure have epilepsy. The disease, which affects 3.5 million children and adults in the United States, is a brain disorder characterized by recurrent seizures. Many patients live in constant fear that their neighbor will arrive, …

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Medicinal cannabis is authorized in Britain for children with epilepsy

[ad_1] November 27, 2021 IN 2018 ON The suffering of 12-year-old Billy Caldwell, a teenager with epilepsy, has forced the government to license medical cannabis. His seizures were checked with a pharmaceutical grade oil from Canada. This set a de facto precedent. In July of the same year, cannabis products …

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Epilepsy Awareness Month: The Cameron Boyce Foundation | GMA-ABC – Oakland News Now

[ad_1] Oakland News Now – Epilepsy Awareness Month: The Cameron Boyce Foundation – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. How the family of late actor Cameron …

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11 common myths about epilepsy busted

[ad_1] Despite scientific advances, it is unfortunate that even today there are fears, misunderstandings, discrimination and social stigma surrounding a person with epilepsy. So, we contacted Dr. Nirmala Lahoti, general practitioner at Practice, and asked him to shatter some common myths related to epilepsy. Read on to find out everything …

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NHS to give green light to ‘remarkable’ new epilepsy drug

[ad_1] A breakthrough new epilepsy drug that cuts seizure frequency by at least half is expected to receive the green light from the NHS. In some patients, the drug – called cenobamate – can even completely eliminate seizures, thereby transforming their quality of life. Around 17,000 patients with epilepsy could …

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National Epilepsy Awareness Month: How a Hail Mary Diet Helped Our Daughter

[ad_1] For a parent, there is no feeling of helplessness. Early on January 21, 2020, I was doing a live report from Capitol Hill covering the impeachment trial of then President Donald Trump. Back home, about a mile and a half away, our 3 year old daughter, Kyla, fell from …

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Epilepsy and sleep problems predict hyperactivity in Norwegian Angelman

[ad_1] Epilepsy onset at an earlier age and sleep problems independently predicted increased hyperactivity in Norwegians with Angelman syndrome, one study found. “The results of this study may have potentially important implications for understanding the complex links between hyperactivity, sleep problems and early epilepsy in [Angelman syndrome]The scientists wrote. The …

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Why a Mozart sonata surprised epilepsy researchers at Dartmouth

[ad_1] Dartmouth Researchers explore why Mozart’s Sonata for two pianos in D major decreases abnormal epileptic activity in the brain. “There have been intermittent reports as well as small studies suggesting that this Mozart sonata has a positive effect on seizures in patients.” says Dr Barbara Jobst, director of the …

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13 myths about lung cancer

[ad_1] According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in 2018 there were 218,520 new cases of lung cancer and 142,080 related deaths in the United States. Globally, in 2020, lung cancer was the second most common cancer after breast cancer, with 2.21 million case. He was responsible …

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Candlelight vigil for Andrew Russell, 21, in FW, TX

[ad_1] Friends and relatives hugged Cynthia Williams ahead of the candlelight vigil for her son, Andrew Russell, 21, on Friday. Russell, who suffered from epilepsy and frequent seizures, was gunned down Monday morning after knocking on a neighbor’s door. In an interview with KDFW-TV earlier in the week, Williams said …

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reMYND and US Epilepsy Screening Program NINDS (ETSP) Begin Collaboration on Epilepsy Program

[ad_1] Press release reMYND and the we ORNDS Epilepsy Therapeutic Screening Program (ETSP) to start collaborateto on the epilepsy program Leuven Belgium, November 4 2021: reMYND NV, a clinical-stage company developing innovative treatments for Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, epilepsy and other diseases caused by cellular dysfunction, today announces the acceptance of …

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Dravet, others raise awareness of epilepsy in November

[ad_1] Wearing purple clothes and sharing personal stories, supporters observe National Epilepsy Awareness Month in November to draw attention to epilepsy and associated disorders, such as Dravet and Lennox-Gastaut syndromes. More than 65 million people around the world live with a central nervous system disorder. A third of them have …

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Ongoing Medical Problems Test Local Girls’ Minds | New

[ad_1] THEly Muchow is barely out of her first decade on earth, but she feels depressed like a disease she’s been battling since she was barely a year old, stubbornly clings to. Lily, who will be 11 in March, suffers from epilepsy. In recent months, her seizures have increased, despite …

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Colorado Teen Chess Tournament

[ad_1] through: Evan kruegel, Nexstar Media Wire Posted: Oct 23, 2021 / 12:27 PM EDT / Update: Oct 23, 2021 / 12:27 PM EDT DENVER (KDVR) – A Colorado teenager became one of the youngest in state history to win the Blitz Chess Championship, beating dozens of adults for the …

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Mozart Sonata Help Relieve Epilepsy, Researchers Find

[ad_1] Photo: CREATIVEMARC / DepositPhotos Mozart is an 18th-century Austrian classical composer, perhaps even the most famous composer of all time. Child prodigy, he stunned musical circles; and as a young man he created stimulating works which are still played by orchestras today. Although he died quite young at only …

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De novo non-convulsive status epilepticus in hospitalized adult patients without known epilepsy: analysis of factors related to mortality and review of the literature

[ad_1] This article was originally published here PLoS One. 2021 Oct 15; 16 (10): e0258602. doi: 10.1371 / journal.pone.0258602. Electronic collection 2021. ABSTRACT Background: Non-convulsive status epilepticus (NCSE) often goes unnoticed and is not easily detected in patients with decreased level of consciousness, especially in older patients. In this sense, …

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Plant a virtual rose for epilepsy this rose week!

[ad_1] This is the second year in a row that Rose Week has been held online. Posted: Mon 11 Oct 2021, 08:19 Last update: Mon Oct 11, 2021, 11:09 AM Epilepsy Ireland has called on the public to support its national fundraising week, Rose Week, which runs October 11-17. The …

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Far Cry 6’s accessibility features fall short of heaven

[ad_1] The problem with writing accessibility reviews is, well, they’re accessibility reviews. We’re doing our best, but no single person can adequately assess what multiple teams have designed for a growing audience. And as games get more complex, new problems arise that need to be solved with new innovations, while …

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SK Biopharm to expand indications for epilepsy drug

[ad_1] SK Biopharm has applied for a new global clinical trial plan for its epilepsy drug Xcopri (ingredient: cenobamate) to expand the treatment of pediatric patients. SK Biopharm recently applied for a new global clinical trial plan for its epilepsy drug Xcopri (ingredient: cenobamate) to expand the treatment of pediatric …

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“Mother of all cannabinoids”: anti-epileptic compounds in cannabis

[ad_1] epilepsy. ” class=”b-image__image”/> Cannabigerolic acid (CBGA), cannadivarinic acid (CBDVA), cannabidivarin (CBDV), and cannabigerovarinic acid (CBGVA) reduce seizures in a murine model of refractory epilepsy. Research by pharmacologists at the University of Sydney provides new insight into how cannabis extracts can work to treat epilepsy. The study reports for the …

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Purple pumpkins fill this CT town, here’s why.

[ad_1] WEST HARTFORD – If there’s one thing six-year-old Landon Heilbrunn wants to see in October, it’s purple pumpkins. Landon, a first grader at Norfeldt Elementary, suffers from epilepsy and participates in the Epilepsy Foundation’s Purple Pumpkin Project, which encourages people to paint their pumpkins purple to support the foundation, …

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The melody of this sonata soothes the brain in epilepsy

[ad_1] A Mozart sonata that can calm epileptic brain activity may derive its therapeutic power from melodies that create a sense of surprise, according to a study published in the journal Scientific reports September 23, 2021. Research on 16 patients hospitalized with epilepsy who did not respond to medication has …

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Symptoms, treatment, prognosis and more

[ad_1] Dravet syndrome, formerly known as severe myoclonic epilepsy in infancy, is a rare form of epilepsy that begins in the first year of life. Estimates suggest that it affects approximately 1 in 40,000 in the United States, although some studies indicate that its true incidence may be closer to …

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Growth and change of COVID-19 until 2030

[ad_1] The major players in the neurophysiology devices and equipment market are Medtronic Plc, Nihon Kohden Corporation, Dr. Langer Medical Gmbh, Natus Medical Incorporated, and Inomed Medizintechnik. New York, September 27, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Global Neurophysiology Devices and Equipment Market Report 2021: …

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The partially triggered foreclosures market will record unswerving growth in the period 2021-2031; Development of new anticonvulsant products to strengthen market demand

[ad_1] Seizures are a brain disorder characterized by a sudden and uncontrolled electrical disturbance in the brain. It involves changes in a patient’s behavior, body movements or feelings, and levels of consciousness. Partial seizures, also called focal seizures, are a subtype of seizures characterized by seizures localized to one side …

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Zogenix (ZGNX) drops 1.46% for September 24

[ad_1] Last prize $ Last trade Switch $ Percentage of change % Open $ Previous Close $ High $ moo $ 52 weeks high $ 52 weeks low $ Market capitalization P / E ratio Volume To exchange ZGNX – Market data and news To exchange Zogenix Inc (NASDAQ: ZGNX), …

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Epilepsy Market Size Competitive Strategies and Forecasts

[ad_1] Market research Epilepsy Market Overview Epilepsy is a disorder of the central nervous (neurological) system in which brain activity becomes abnormal, causing seizures or periods of unusual behavior, sensations, and sometimes loss of consciousness. The epilepsy market is dynamic due to increased government funding for the development of new …

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Bright Minds Biosciences Advances Lead Serotonergic Drug Candidate in Toxicology Studies, Targeting Human Trials in 2022

[ad_1] Bright Minds Biosciences (CSE: DRUG) today shared scientific updates regarding its serotonergic drug pipeline. This includes the announcement of the advancement of the company’s proprietary agonist, BMB-101, to the experimental stage of a new drug allowing safety and toxicology studies for its potential treatment of Dravet syndrome. The biotech …

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Swedish family travels to Utah for innovative brain implant

[ad_1] SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4) – An 11-year-old girl travels to Utah to become the first European child to receive innovative brain implant treatment for epilepsy. The young girl, Edith, was deprived of her childhood due to a lifelong struggle with severe seizures. Her family say Edith has been …

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